Often in the small business setting we are closely watching and protecting our budgets. Every dollar we earn is carefully weighed on how it should be spent. We don't have the extra cash flow to make mistakes or invest in something that is second best. As we go through the checklist of our needs and wants we can stumble on the "cart before the horse" scenario. We are unsure of what we should do first or if we are to do it at all.
Many online sources state that the current sales of Internet connected mobile devices have surpassed PC sales. When we hear this we begin to ask ourselves a few questions and the biggest one is: "Do I need a mobile site?"
When your vision is blurred it can be irritating, bothersome and annoying to you. In many cases it can give you a headache causing you to turn away from what you were gazing at. Blurriness can be difficult to read and understand. In anything we do we need to have things in focus and in perspective. We often find that businesses have struggled because of the lack of focus. This lack of focus is usually related to lack of understanding and knowledge.
Increase your online potential - have customers pay using their debit cards online. Millions of people choose debit cards over credit every day. Accepting debit cards online lets you access a whole new market. It's also simple to integrate and simple to use.
Everyone likes finding something that is unique and valuable. Everyone loves putting their hand in an old coat and finding money that they had misplaced or being surprised by extra cash in their bank accounts. I have never met anyone in my life who didn'tt like being surprised by a rare unique bounty. We were made to like and appreciate unique and valuable things.
Looking back on the business/technology industry we can certainly see how quickly things have changed, and how different they are to what we used to do. If we look back 10 years ago, the need for a website was optional. Today a website is a must for any legitimate business. Phone books are now becoming a thing of the past. People don’t want to spend the time browsing through a book, when a search can be done online in a second right from their phone. Desktop computers are being replaced with mobile devices. First on the scene was the Blackberry, then came the iPhone, then the netbook, and now we just witnessed over a million units of the iPad sold which was just release in Canada on May 28, 2010.

When internet first came on the scene, the websites that had the most content seemed to be the most legitimate. Things have changed drastically since that era. Online users now want an experience every time they visit a website. They don’t want to have to read or dig through hundreds of pages; they want your information to hit them in the forehead when they first enter the site. This is why so many users are now adding video content to their websites. If a picture can tell a thousand words how much more can a Video Spokesperson say?

To build a successful international web presence, company decision-makers must stay open-minded and remember that what works in North America may not work elsewhere.
The internal link structure of a website is a search engine optimization factor that is often overlooked.

The internal link structure of your site allows you to spread the link power of your home page to the individual pages of your site.
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